Free Mt. Hood

Judge Approves Old-Growth Logging in Mt. Hood

The best available science tells us that logging mature and old growth forests does not improve forest health, reduce fire severity or improve spotted owl habitat. You may have joined Bark in pointing this out to the Forest Service during the public comment period. When the Forest Service failed to incorporate the scientific research into their final decision, Bark decided to challenge the project in court.

Free Mt. Hood Campaign Committee meeting

Activists, students, baristas, researchers, dog walkers, teachers, hikers, campaigners, taxi drivers, advocates, bloggers, filmmakers, and everyone else highly encouraged to attend!

7 Ways Mt. Hood's New Forest Supervisor Should Act on Climate and more

Right now, the agency is hiring a new Forest Supervisor for Mt. Hood National Forest. Under this new leadership, Mt. Hood could become a model of climate smart management that prioritizes the ecosystem services that our communities need most.

Where to send a Letter to the Editor

A letter to the editor (LTE) is a written way of talking to a newspaper, magazine, or other regularly printed publication. LTEs are generally found in the first section of the newspaper, or towards the beginning of a magazine, or in the editorial page. They can take a position for or against an issue, or simply inform, or both. They can convince readers by using emotions, or facts, or emotions and facts combined. Letters to the editor are usually short and tight, rarely longer than 250 words. Letters to the editor are among the most widely read features in any newspaper or magazine.

The truth is, we can't do this alone.